Humanities@Work connects Case Western Reserve University humanities students with corporate, government, nonprofit, and other partners through community discussions, networking events, and paid career opportunities. Humanities@Work is sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences and the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities and in collaboration with the CWRU Career Center, the Office of Corporate Relations, and the Office of Government and Community Relations.

Please note: This site only has information about undergraduate programming at the Baker-Nord Center.  For information on all of the center’s programming, including public events, faculty funding, and endowed lectures, please visit the Baker-Nord Center’s website, bakernord.case.edu.

Pre-Law Workshop

Pre-Law Workshop Writing the Personal Statement Friday, Sept. 13th, 12:45-2 pm. in Sears 333 RSVP in Handshake  This interactive workshop will show you the do's and don't's of writing personal statements for law school applications.

Humanities@Work: Beyond the Novel

Do you want to write the next great American novel? Awesome! (I do, too!)  But what are you going to do while you work on your masterpiece?  Our upcoming Humanities@Work panel will explore additional careers in writing. Click here to register. Our guests have worked with some of the most...

Become a Career Peer!

Career Peers are dynamic CWRU student paraprofessionals who guide students on career development issues. Career Peers work an average of 8 hours/week and up to 12 hours/week during peak employer recruitment time periods (typically, September, October, January, and February). They also serve as ambassadors for Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential...

CMA & KSL Collage Contest!

Saturday, April 6! The Kelvin Smith Library and the Department of Art History and Art are teaming up to host an image mash-up/collage-making day, with judging by art history faculty and monetary prizes! We will be using the newly available, high-quality, Open Access images from the Cleveland Museum of...

Summer Session @CWRU

Thinking about Summer classes? There are a lot of humanities courses this year, including HSTY 124: Sex and the City RLGN 215:  Religion in America ART 286: Introduction to Video Game Design and many more! Summer courses are a great way to graduate ahead of schedule, reduce your fall or...

Tix for the Cleveland International Film Festival

The Baker-Nord Center has vouchers available so that you can go see any film at the 43rd Cleveland International Film Festival!  The world-famous festival is screening 448 new films this year!!!  The student vouchers can be redeemed to attend any show (excluding Opening Night and special events). CWRU students who...

Meet Prior Fulbright Scholars

Join the Office of Undergraduate Studies at a special session with two former Fulbright recipients!  This is the perfect workshop to learn more about the Fulbright. Whether you are a first-year student or a rising Senior, this is a tremendous opportunity!  

New Public Speaking Award

We are proud to announce the new Guthrie Prize in Public Speaking!  The innagural prizes will be awarded after a live competition, in conjunction with Research ShowCASE.  Click here for more information about the prize, the competition, and the endowment.

H@W PANEL: Exploring Careers for the Common Good

There will be two Humanities@Work panels this spring!  Our first panel, "Exploring Careers for the Common Good," will be on Wednesday, March 20th, at 6pm in Clark 206.  Bring your questions for our panelists, esteemed humanities alumni and friends Nusaiba Chowdhury, Olivia Ortega, and Tony Vento.  Dinner will be...

Consulting Panel with Top Firms

Students interested in consulting are encouraged to attend the upcoming Consulting Club 2019 panel, Thursday 2/28 at 7:30pm in PBL. The event will feature representatives from McKinsey, Deloitte, Accenture, and other firms. THIS EVENT IS OPEN TO ALL MAJORS. Food and Drinks will be provided. For questions, contact the Consulting Club...